Best Soundgarden Album in 2023
Down On The Upside [2 LP]
- Soundgarden - Down On The Upside [2LP]
- Track Listing:1
- Pretty Noose 2
- Rhinosaur 3
- Zero Chance 4
Badmotorfinger [2 LP]
A-Sides [2 LP]
Louder Than Love [LP]
- Soundgarden - Louder Than Love
- Track Listing:1
- Ugly Truth 2
- Hands All Over 3
- Gun 4
Soundgarden: Complete Studio Album Discography 6 CD Collection with Bonus Art Card (Ultramega OK / Louder Than Love /Badmotorfinger / Superunknown / Down on the Upside / King Animal )
- Side 1
- 1. Smells Like Teen Spirit
- 2. In Bloom
- 3. Come As You Are
- 4. Breed
Soundgarden: Live From the Artists Den
Superunknown (Limited Edition) [VINYL]
Soundgarden - Satanoscillatemymetallicsonatas (Vinyl)
Superunknown (20th Anniversary)
Soundgarden is Back with New CD and New Tour This Summer
It's been nearly 15 years since Soundgarden has been in the studio and out on the road but the band is back, planning a new CD and Tour for the summer of 2020.
Soundgarden formed back in 1984 but did not break the big time until the early 1990's when their home base of Seattle, Washington became ground zero for rock n' roll rebellion. Grunge turned Soundgarden and fellow Seattle rockers Pearl Jam and Nirvana from indie rockers into immediate icons.
The height of Soundgarden's popularity came in 1994 with the release of the multi-platinum CD "Superunknown." Known for it's Zeppelin-esque layered sound, "Superunknown" was nominated for a Grammy for Best Rock Album and spawned 5 singles including arguably the band's biggest hit, the ballad "Black Hole Sun."
Live on I-5
It's been nearly 15 years since singer Chris Cornell, guitarist Kim Thayil, bassist Ben Shepard and drummer Matt Cameron have been in the studio together. Recently, the band had been laying the groundwork for a comeback by releasing a retrospective called "Telephantasm" and a live CD called "Live on I-5," both for A amp; M/UME.
"Live I-5" is a reference to a stretch of West Coast interstate highway and was culled from Soundgarden's 1996 west coast tour. It was the first time the band had recorded live shows and they brought along recording engineer Adam Kasper to help them capture the best possible live versions of classics like "Spoonman" and "Rusty Cage" along with covers of The Beatles "Helter Skelter" and The Stooges' "Search and Destroy."
No title for the new CD has been announced while tour dates are still being finalized. MonstersandCritics.com reports that 4 live dates have been confirmed for the start of the tour including July 2nd in Toronto, Canada, July 13th in Philadelphia, PA, July 18th in Denver, CO, and July 22nd for a blowout at the Forum in Los Angeles, CA.